cyberdetex
cyberdetex asks:
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At what age does a child start kindergarden?

the child is turning six at the end of september and will be switching from home school to public
In Topics: Choosing a school
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi Cyberdetex,

The typical starting age for kindergarten at public schools in the United States is five, but some students are six in kindergarten due to cut-off dates for kindergarten enrollment. At many public schools, if the child turns five after the enrollment cut-off date, the parent has to wait until the following year, in which case the child turns six during kindergarten. Contact your local school and/or school district to learn their policies with regard to enrollment, particularly for students who have been previously home schooled. Below are resources to support you.

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